Chess for children, with moves and positions pictured in photo and diagram
Photographs and diagrams explain the essentials of chess: basic moves and values of the pieces, tactics, defense, sacrifices, openings, gambits, and the rules of checkmate.
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Why Play Chess?
How to Win Chess Games
How to Force Checkmate
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BLACK 1 P—K4 Black Bishop Black Knight Black Pawn Black Rook black square Black to play Black's King Black's Queen capture in passing capture the Black Castle later checkmate position chess problem chessboard DANISH GAMBIT diagonal Diagram 14 Diagram 19 Diagram 27 discovered check double check enemy piece FOOL'S MATE game of chess GIUOCO PIANO giving check hostile piece interpose King Bishop King Knight King Pawn King Rook King two squares King-side Castling King's new position Knight moves Knight Pawn move his King opponent opponent's Pawn captures Pawn moves Pawn two squares perpetual check Photo play Position player Position after Black's Position after White's position of Diagram Queen Pawn Queen Rook Queen-side Castling read chess row of squares SCOTCH GAME situation in Diagram squares forward stalemate WHITE BLACK WHITE Diagram White is checkmated White Queen White Rooks white square White to play White's King